- Your helpfulness at work is hurting your job performance;
- 5 Important New Features and Updates in WordPress 5.9
- Contatto non rilevatoIn tutta l’Ue le app di tracciamento per il Covid-19 sono state un fallimento – an Italian article which summons the main reasons why the contact-tracing apps did not work in entire Europe in the fight to COVID-19;
- Everything You Need to Know About Openverse and the WordPress Photo Directory
Indeed. Looking forward to it …
- What Is the Business Model for DuckDuckGo?
- How to Achieve Sustainable Remote Work – a long article by Cal Newport for The New Yorker;
- Why are hyperlinks blue? – a beautiful article on a topic seemingly trivial, which instead makes us retrace the evolution of the web;
- Even with Delta Variant, the Amazing Vaccines Are Saving Lives
- 5 Myths About Flexible Work
- Coexisting with the Coronavirus — "COVID-19 is likely to become an endemic disease. How will our immune systems resist it?” … a bit long, but really interesting!
- The Most Important Question to Ask Yourself When Building Your Brand — nothing really new here, but interesting despite all;
- iOS 15 Privacy Guide: Private Relay, Hide My Email, Mail Privacy Protection, App Reports and More – MacRumors lists all the news into the lastest mobile operating system by Apple;
- WordPress Block Patterns. What they are and where to find them
- Walking as a Productivity System — How walks create the foundation of Craig Mod’s creative work;
“You would have to be either a sociopath or totally enlightened not to be feeling anxiety at a moment like this. So I would say that the first thing that I would want to encourage everybody to do is to give themselves a measure of mercy and compassion for the difficult emotions that you’re feeling right now
The paradox is that we’re also the most capable, resourceful and resilient species that has ever lived on earth. So history has shown that when change comes to humanity — either on the global level, like it’s happening now, or on the personal level — we’re really good at it. We’re really good at adaptation. And I think that if we can remember that, it can help to actually mitigate the fear.”Elizabeth Gilbert
- The One-Page Rule — A simple hack to lead meetings to the next level;
- Like Oil Leads To Global Warming… Data Leads To Social Cooling
- Recycling was a lie — a big lie — to sell more plastic, industry experts say
- Why Your iPhone Has So Many New Privacy Alerts in iOS 14
- 12 Practical Privacy Tips for Your iPhone
- Identify the Different Symptoms of the Flu and Covid-19 — With fears of a “twindemic” in the United States this fall, here’s a guide to understanding what’s making you feel terrible;
- Voyager Spacecraft Detect an Increase in The Density of Space Outside The Solar System – il Creato è affascinante più che mai;
- Choosing Your Response to a Negative Situation – You have the power to choose how you behave in any situation. Choose to be happier;
- How to Conduct a SWOT Analysis: Examples, Strategies, and Templates
- Drowning in plastic – Visualising the world’s addiction to plastic bottles;
Last week I missed the publishing of the usual 5 suggested reads, this week ahead means Christmas holidays to many, and a lot of time to stay at home… under the violence of COVID-19 backlash and the fear of the third wave in January. So here’s ten articles varying from your smartphone to the outer Space in the galaxy.
- How Coronavirus Mutates and Spreads
- Want to Be More Productive? Try Doing Less.
- Is it finally hammer time for Apple and its App Store? — even if the answer is no – following Betteridge law – this is still a nice reading for the evolution of the software market and ‘app stores’ beginning with Apple’s one;
- 30% didn’t kill the App Store model. SaaS did. — “Today’s developers don’t need what the App Store offers.”
- I Lived Through SARS and Reported on Ebola. These Are the Questions We Should Be Asking About Coronavirus. — For concerned civilians and journalists covering the coronavirus, the figures and projections can be overwhelming, frightening or confusing. Here’s what reporter Caroline Chen is focusing on to keep things as accurate and clear as possible.
- COVID-19: Tips for Working Remotely and Combating Stress — nothing new under the Sun, but easy and nice to read;
- 17 Desk Stretches That’ll (Almost) Replace Going to the Gym
- A guide to combining Web Fonts